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2009-10 NBA Season Summary

Who won the 2009-10 NBA Title?

The 2009-10 NBA Finals winner was the Los Angeles Lakers, who defeated the Boston Celtics in 7 games. The final game was on on Jun 17, 2010, in which the Lakers won 83-79 at home.

When was the 2009-10 NBA Finals?

The 2009-10 NBA Finals started on Jun 3, 2010 and ended on Jun 17, 2010, lasting the full 7 games.

Which NBA team had the best regular season record in 2009-10?

The Cleveland Cavaliers had the best regular season record in the 2009-10 NBA season at 61-21.

Which NBA team had the best point differential in the 2009-10 regular season?

The Orlando Magic had the best point differential in the 2009-10 regular season at +614 points.

Which NBA team had the worst point differential in the 2009-10 regular season?

The Minnesota Timberwolves had the worst point differential in the 2009-10 regular season at -787 points.

Which NBA team had the most points per game in the 2009-10 regular season?

The Phoenix Suns had the most points per game in the 2009-10 regular season at 110.2 PPG.

Which NBA team allowed the fewest points per game in the 2009-10 regular season?

The Charlotte Bobcats allowed the fewest points per game in the 2009-10 regular season at 93.8 points allowed per game.

Which NBA team was the last undefeated team in the 2009-10 season?

There were 2 teams who tied as the last undefeated teams in the 2009-10 season with their first losses occuring on Nov 6, 2009, the Boston Celtics (started 6-0) and the Denver Nuggets (started 5-0).

2009-10 NBA Standings

Team Record Streak PPG PPG Allowed Point Differential Playoff Result
1 Cleveland Cavaliers 61-21 L4 102.1 95.6 +535 Lost Conf Semi
2 Orlando Magic 59-23 W6 102.8 95.3 +614 Lost Conf Finals
3 Los Angeles Lakers 57-25 L1 101.7 97.0 +387 Won Finals
4 Dallas Mavericks 55-27 W5 102.0 99.3 +223 Lost First Round
5 Phoenix Suns 54-28 W3 110.2 105.3 +402 Lost Conf Finals
6 Utah Jazz 53-29 L1 104.2 98.9 +438 Lost Conf Semi
Atlanta Hawks 53-29 W4 101.7 97.0 +382 Lost Conf Semi
Denver Nuggets 53-29 L1 106.5 102.4 +335 Lost First Round
9 San Antonio Spurs 50-32 L1 101.4 96.3 +417 Lost Conf Semi
Boston Celtics 50-32 L2 99.2 95.6 +300 Lost Finals
Oklahoma City Thunder 50-32 W1 101.5 98.0 +286 Lost First Round
Portland Trail Blazers 50-32 L1 98.1 94.8 +271 Lost First Round
13 Miami Heat 47-35 W3 96.5 94.2 +187 Lost First Round
14 Milwaukee Bucks 46-36 W1 97.7 96.0 +139 Lost First Round
15 Charlotte Bobcats 44-38 L1 95.3 93.8 +120 Lost First Round
16 Houston Rockets 42-40 L1 102.4 102.7 -30
17 Chicago Bulls 41-41 W3 97.5 99.1 -134 Lost First Round
18 Memphis Grizzlies 40-42 L3 102.5 104.0 -124
Toronto Raptors 40-42 W2 104.1 105.9 -146
20 New Orleans Hornets 37-45 W2 100.2 102.7 -202
21 Indiana Pacers 32-50 L2 100.8 103.8 -247
22 New York Knicks 29-53 L1 102.1 105.9 -313
Los Angeles Clippers 29-53 W1 95.7 102.1 -521
24 Philadelphia 76ers 27-55 L2 97.7 101.6 -320
Detroit Pistons 27-55 W1 94.0 99.1 -419
26 Golden State Warriors 26-56 W1 108.8 112.4 -295
Washington Wizards 26-56 W1 96.2 101.0 -392
28 Sacramento Kings 25-57 L3 100.0 104.4 -358
29 Minnesota Timberwolves 15-67 L7 98.2 107.8 -787
30 New Jersey Nets 12-70 L3 92.4 101.5 -748

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